Healthcare in America is already shaky or non-existent for far too many people. In developing countries, America’s shortcomings are a relative luxury. With countless preventable deaths arising from lack of the simplest sanitary practices and medical treatments in an ever-growing global economy, it’s inexusable. Daniel Zoughbie has had enough of this. At 21, he’s the founder of the Global Micro-Clinic Project, an organization aiming to bring health education and healing powers to local communities. By empowering individuals within the community, these life-saving clinics can operate at a low overhead and can be set up almost anywhere in the world. The result is simple but profound: a fuller and more positive life because of preventative care and medicine. Learn how David and GMCP are changing the world in this week’s Non-Profit Spotlight.